First ever Snapcious iPhone safari in DTLA 9/28/2013

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I wrote about Snapcious when it launched earlier this year.  Its a fun game you play on your cell phone taking pictures then posting it to Snapcious for the other players to rate and comment on.  Snapcious even lets you cross post to FB, twitter, flickr, pinterest and a host of other social media.  You can download the app here for your iphone.   Enough of the nuts and bolts…the meet up details.

Snapcious is hosting a meet up Saturday 9/28/2013.  Any Snapcious player is welcome to attend.  It will be fun to meet with other like minded folks and geek out with the app documenting downtown L.A.  After the event is over a bunch of us will likely end up lunching somewhere in the area.  To attend the event you just need to sign up for it at  Meetup.  Wear your comfy shoes.

NOTE we are meeting at the Hill Street entrance to the Grand Central Market.

DEETS:Saturday, September 28, 2013 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM Grand Central Market, 317 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA  MAP HERE

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Yael Swerdlow and Mack Reed – award-winning photojournalists and the co-founders of L.A.-based Snapcious – invite you to explore Downtown LA through their new iPhone photo game.

Snapcious challenges your creative eye with assignments called “Missions” that inspire and empower you to discover and share your uniquely powerful visions of a common theme. Crowd-ranking in the game decides who created the most-popular photo of each mission – and you can share your photos directly from the app to the top 9 social networks including Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, Pinterest and Tumblr.

We’ll offer tips and tricks on maximizing your iPhone camera’s performance and enhancing your photos with Snapcious’ onboard editing tools. And we’ll share our other favorite iPhone tools for making brilliant, compelling, personal photos.

Come explore L.A.’s Historic Core, the Fashion District, the Arts District – and for the more-adventurous, parts of Skid Row – and find the photographic intersection of your critical eye, the city’s heart and your creative soul.

We’ll meet at Grand Central Market, stroll out to explore for a couple hours, and return there to grab lunch, but you can peel off from the group at any point. Parking in nearby lots averages $6-$10 for the day.